4 edition of Combatting corruption in Latin America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.This book is the product of a roundtable held at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on September 25-26, 1996 ... . The papers and presentations assembled in this volume have been revised and updated ... The only paper included that was not originally presented ... is that of Alberto Ades and Rafael Di Tella--P. ix-x.
|Statement||Published by Woodrow Wilson Center Press|
|Publishers||Published by Woodrow Wilson Center Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|Part 1: Theoretical approaches to corruption and anti-corruption policies The new economics of corruption / Alberto Ades and Rafael di Tella Structural corruption and normative systems / Luis Moreno Ocampo Corruption, accountability, and democracy in Italy / Luca Meldolesi Is leaner government necessarily cleaner government? / Susan Rose-Ackerman Part 2: Theory meets reality High level political corruption in Latin America / Laurence Whitehead Market reforms without transparency / Luigi Manzetti Journalism and corruption in Brazil / Carlos Eduardo Lins da Silva The complexity of anticorruption policies in Latin America / Edmundo Jarquin and Fernando Carrillo-Flóres Part 3: Views from three major organizations The role of the World Bank in combating corruption / Ibrahim F. I. Shihata Efforts of the U.S. Agency for International Development / Mark L. Schneider Inter-American Development Bank initiatives against corruption / Stephen Quick.|
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78 out of 10, meaning it has been deemed the most likely to uncover, punish and deter corruption. In a number of countries, the entrenched political class fought back against anti-corruption efforts. While long-run benefits far exceed short-run costs when it comes to institution building, the latter can arguably prevent change from happening.
In 2000, Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori resigned after weeks of protests over irregularities in the elections held earlier that summer. You need to scrutinise everything, keep your eyes open, tiptoe, and be alert. Kuczynski is not the only Peruvian leader to be caught up in the Odebrecht corruption scandal.
Corruption results in political consequences as well. We have to guarantee access to information, to strengthen audit offices, to protect freedom of the press and the space for civil society and to guarantee the independence of the judiciary. Just as the government and the people of the United States expect our companies to refrain from engaging in corrupt practices at home and abroad, we believe our neighbors can and should set high expectations within their borders and beyond.
This is a complete failure on the part of the regulatory framework because an employee will likely be loyal to the company that pays him or her, not the government. 6 percent decline in the poverty rate between 1999 and 2011 and a Combatting corruption in Latin America.
It is essential to communicate regionwide the best and most effective mechanisms, including hybrid international and national entities, for investigating and prosecuting corruption.
However, social programs are the first to get cut in the wake of slow growth.
The institutional reforms fostered through the work of CICIG and the MP remain in place and continue to draw public support.